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Combined solar and energy storage could bring 27,000 new U.S. jobs by 2021

The Solar Foundation has released its first report on the interaction of solar with energy storage and its impact on employment.

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Intersolar North America day 1: Solar goes to war

Conflict with entrenched interests was a major theme of the 2016 Intersolar North America opening session

Duke Energy backs $225 million in C&I solar projects

The funding is part of an expansion of C&I developer REC Solar’s channel partner program.

Solar Frontier Americas breaks ground on 107 MW of solar projects

The U.S. subsidiary of the Japanese CIS solar specialist has seen construction begin on two large-scale U.S. solar projects in California’s Imperial County.

Mercom: Total corporate funding for solar falls to lowest level in three years

Both private equity and debt funding were down significantly in Q2 and public market financing remains weak, but distributed solar project funds continue to boom.

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IHS inverter scorecard praises leading suppliers’ tenacity and ambition

The analyst’s holistic review of the inverter landscape finds SMA, SolarEdge, Schneider Electric, Sungrow, Huawei and ABB each boast certain strengths that enable them to serve various markets.

Residential storage warms rapidly

Solar+storage: As the U.S. residential solar market matures, a growing number of homeowners are looking at various battery storage options as an addition to their arrays. pv magazine examines the state of the market, the challenges ahead and the leading players in this increasingly competitive space.

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GRID Alternatives to install solar for 500 Los Angeles families

The non-profit will also train 500 LA residents in solar installation.

8point3 Energy Partners once again beats guidance in Q2 filing

The yieldco of First Solar and SunPower saw second quarter performance beat CAFD guidance, generating revenue of $13.5 million and lowering net losses to just $0.2 million.

San Diego to transition to net metering 2.0

SDG&E is the first of the state’s three large investor-owned utilities to hit the cap on the original program.

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